Mangini can be water boy.
Romeo Crennel, Free agent
Eric Mangini, currently ESPN analyst
Mike Singletary, LB coach/Asst. Head coach, Minnesota Vikings
Keith Butler, Steelers LB coach
Todd Grantham, Georgia Defensive Coordinator
Winston Moss, ILB coach/Asst. Head coach, Green Bay Packers
Dom Capers, Packers Defensive Coordinator
Ed Donatell, DB coach, San Francisco 49'ers
Ken Norton, Seahawks LB coach
Darren Perry, safeties coach, Green Bay Packers
Pepper Johnson, LB coach, New England Patriots
other (post the name)
Mangini can be water boy.
I just hope he's not the D Coordinator. I'm hoping for Crennel but I still wouldn't mind Mangini to get some sort of job in the front office just to help the team's transition into a 3-4
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Yeah there is a lot of planning and organizing that he would have to learn, but Ray Lewis is a different cat. Think about what he does best and how that directly correlates to coaching; amazing motivator that really gets teammates (and coaches!) going, incredible instincts/football smarts, knows how to condition himself very effectively, intimate knowledge of a 34 defense, and he commands the utmost respect. If there was a good staff around him, I think he would flourish as a coach.
I'll definitely take the Romeo/Mangini combo, but you can keep the Mangini by himself idea.
most great players never really pan out as coaches.... but most great players cant motivate like Ray Ray
Cameron Jordan is awesome
12.5 sacks and this http://instagram.com/p/jfs5DemKo3/
I don't have a problem with Rob Ryan and his scheme! He and his brother are great coaches, and he gets the Max from his players with an 'Attacking 3-4 Defense'! Rob changed Dallas's defense for the better each year, and it's a damn shame Jerry Jones fired him! It wasnt Rob's fault in Happy Valley and damn the bullschit about he runs his mouth, bcuz he backs it up! And look at how his players grew under his coaching in his defense; players like Bruce Carter, Jason Hatcher beotch azz, Morris Claiborn, Josh Brent and Sean Lee, just to name a few! Rob Ryan runs a very complicated 3-4 scheme, but he coaches up his players dating back to his Cleveland and Oakland days!
If he's hired, All will be well!
-Honestly, you guys aren't looking at the coach, you all are looking at hîs mouth!
Rob backs it up!
Last edited by BIGBREED; 02-05-2013 at 05:05 PM.
I like singletary, I believe he gets a raw deal for not being able to handle an entire team in San Francisco. Did a pretty decent job in Minnesota, and I think he's a guy defensive players respect. Not quite sure how Ryan would work out though.
25 points a game. (24th in the league)
19th in the league in yards per game.
He's not backing up any talk. That's with a legit top 3 OLB in Ware and a top 5 CB in Carr. We don't even have that on our team, BB. I'd rather bring in Crennel, a humble man that loves to teach. Ryan reminds me too much of Williams and I think we want to step away from that. Now, if Romeo doesn't want to coach, I'd rather have Ryan over that damn rat.